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Target PT 2024: 5 Confidence Keys

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    28th Dec, 2023

Each principle plays a crucial role in creating a well-rounded and strategic approach to your studies. Let’s join an intensive bootcamp with R P Singh to do hands-on practice and apply it in your self-study for better outcome.


  1. Micro Management of Topics and Syllabus Completion:
    • Break down the vast syllabus into manageable chunks. This involves categorising topics, subtopics, and sub-subtopics for more focused study.
    • Set realistic goals for completing each micro-unit, ensuring comprehensive coverage of the entire syllabus.
    • Micro management allows you to track your progress, making your preparation more organised and less overwhelming.
  2. Logic Building Around Concepts:
    • Instead of rote memorisation, focus on understanding the underlying logic and principles behind each concept.
    • Build logical connections between different topics and subjects. This not only aids in better retention but also enhances your problem-solving skills during the exam.
    • Developing a strong logical foundation ensures a more profound understanding and makes it easier to apply knowledge to unfamiliar scenarios.
  3. Application of Concepts and Updation:
    • Merely knowing facts is not enough; practice applying concepts to solve problems and answer questions.
    • Stay updated with current affairs and the latest developments in various subjects. Understanding the real-world application of concepts is crucial for success in the UPSC Prelims.
    • Regularly incorporate recent information into your study routine to align your preparation with the dynamic nature of the examination.
  4. Negative Marking:
    • Understand the intricacies of negative marking. While attempting questions, be cautious and avoid unnecessary risks.
    • Prioritise accuracy over the number of attempted questions. Negative marking can significantly impact your overall score, so strategic answering is crucial.
    • Develop a strategy for deciding when to guess and when to skip a question, minimising the chances of losing marks.
  5. Revision:
    • Revision is the key to retention. Regularly revisit topics and concepts you've studied to reinforce your memory.
    • Implement spaced repetition, a technique where you revise information at increasing intervals, optimizing long-term retention.
    • Allocate dedicated time in your study schedule for revision, ensuring that you are well-prepared for the exam day.

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